Waxwork Records is beyond thrilled to present George A. Romero’s DAY OF THE DEAD Original Motion Picture Score on deluxe double vinyl. Originally released by Waxwork in 2013 and 2014, and selling out almost immediately, the score to George A. Romero’s DAY OF THE DEAD by composer John Harrison (Creepshow, Tales From The Dark Side) is 100% synth driven, dark, and blends elements of tropical compositions and atonal, droning electronic cues.
In 2013, Waxwork Records and composer John Harrison unearthed the original, lost 1985 master tapes containing the complete DAY OF THE DEAD film score from the attic of a recording studio in Pittsburgh, PA. After painstakingly restoring, mixing, and mastering the complete musical cues for vinyl, Waxwork assembled a definitive and deluxe release of the film’s classic synth heavy score, approved by both the composer and director George A. Romero.
After receiving many requests from both Waxwork fans, and lovers of both horror cinema and film music, Waxwork Records is proud to re-issue the 2xLP DAY OF THE DEAD score, one of their most popular titles, on deluxe 180 gram “Blood Smear” vinyl, housed in an old style tip-on gatefold jacket with satin coating and UV spot gloss finish, liner notes by director George A. Romero, an 11”x22” art print featuring liner notes by composer John Harrison created in the form of the infamous “THE DEAD WALK!” newspaper front page featured in the film’s opening credits, and artwork by Jay Shaw.
George A. Romero’s DAY OF THE DEAD Original Motion Picture Score
The Definitive and Complete Film Score
Restored, Mixed, and Mastered from the Original Master Tapes
2xLP “Blood Smear” Colored Vinyl
Director Liner Notes by George A. Romero
Composer Liner Notes by John Harrison
Artwork By Jay Shaw
Old-Style Tip-On Gatefold Jacket with Satin Coating and UV Spot Gloss Finish
11”x22” THE DEAD WALK! Newspaper Insert
SIDE A 1. Main Title 2. Sarah Sees Graves 3. First Cave Entry 4. Zombies Approach 5. Capturing Zombies 6. You Almost Killed Rickles 7. Sarah Dopes Miguel 8. Where’s Frankenstein? 9. Bub Scares Sarah 10. Zombie Spills His Guts 11. Steele, Shoot That Woman
SIDE B 12. John Warns Sarah 13. People Got Different Ideas 14. Sarah Hallucinates 15. Walk To The Ritz 16. Sarah At The Ritz 17. John Lectures 18. What Hell Is Like 19. Logan Teaching Bub / Bub Learning 20. Miller Dies
SIDE C 21. Miguel Bitten 22. Sarah Breaks Down 23. Logan’s Lab / Logan's Madness 24. Beef Treats 25. Those Are My Men 26. Miguel Decides 27. Chopper Can't Hold Us All 28. Laugh In The Dark
SIDE D 29. Fix It... Can't You Fix It? 30. Miguel Lets Em' In 31. Rhodes Leaves His Men Behind 32. Zombie Overrun 33. The End Of Steele / Lost In The Caves 34. Heroes Escape 35. Bub Stalks Rhodes 36. Zombies Rip Rhodes 37. On The Beach
Waxwork is proud to present our official Universal Monsters FRANKENSTEIN Spinature. From the 1931 classic horror film, Frankenstein's monster comes packaged in a double window collector's box with new artwork by Robert Sammelin.
Collectible stands approximately 3.75" tall.
Ships to United States & Canada only.
Waxwork x Johnny Dombrowski Tee
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Celebrate the spooky vibes all year long with this new Waxwork Records shirt! Wrap yourself like Mummy with this super soft Bella+Canvas tee with new art by Johnny Dombrowski!
Printed by Twin City Tees on Dark Grey Heather Bella+Canvas 3001 CVC shirts.
Waxwork x BeastWreck Tee (Crimson)
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Lovers of vintage horror and spooky comics rejoice! Wrap your torso with this super soft Bella+Canvas tee featuring artwork by BeastWreck!
Printed by Twin City Tees on Heather Cardinal Red Bella+Canvas 3001 CVC shirts.
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*This item is a pre-order and is expected to ship January, 2021. Please note that expected shipping dates are pending no unexpected delays, and may change due to Covid-19, USPS delays, or production changes*
Waxwork Records in partnership with Milan Records is excited to present ANTEBELLUM Original Motion Picture Score by Nate Wonder and Roman GianArthur. Antebellum is a 2020 American psychological horror film written and directed by Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz. It stars Janelle Monáe, Eric Lange, and Jena Malone and follows a modern day African American woman who must escape from a 19th century Southern slave plantation. Veronica Henley (Monáe), a successful and prominent author, is abducted and taken back into the Antebellum period. She must free herself and others and take them back to the modern time period before it is too late.
The score was composed by Nate Wonder and Roman GianArthur, who have worked with Janelle Monáe on her numerous albums as part of her Wonderland Arts Society collective. Antebellum marks both composers’ debut film score.
“Writing the score for Antebellum has been a rewarding adventure in creating a musical bed that compliments the script while becoming its own unique character and identity within the film. It was really wonderful to work with my brother on this, it was one of the most fulfilling experiences,” Wonder said of the project in a statement. “Working with Janelle Monáe has also been a pleasure as always. We’ve done this a few times before and every time it is a thrilling experience to work on such intriguing ideas. It’s been especially heart-warming to work on this feature, as it is the next step in the evolution of her emotional pictures.”
“We’re thankful for the opportunity for this to be our first feature and to be working with Gerard and Chris on their first feature film as well,” he said. “After reading the script we started ideating in Atlanta at the Wondaland studio, and began with simple voice memos. From there we brought in a violin, viola and cello to flesh the tone and direction of the score out. The process of shaping these voice memos and growing them to eventually be recorded with a symphony orchestra has been gratifying and an unforgettable experience.”
Waxwork Records is proud to present Antebellum as a deluxe score album featuring 180 gram Black with Red Haze colored vinyl, printed inner sleeves, and design and layout by Shawn Lyon.
Antebellum Original Motion Picture Score Features:
Complete Score by Nate Wonder and Roman GianArthur